RivCoParks Recycles

The Adopt-A-Trail (AAT) program was developed by RivCoParks to bring community members and organizations together to protect and maintain the natural beauty of over 250 miles of multi-use trails which includes trails owned by RivCoParks and partnering organizations which creates a network of trails used by the community.

​Adopters are required to make a one-year commitment to the program with regular trail checks depending on the needs of the trail. Some trails may require more maintenance than others. It is the Adopter's responsibility to ensure that their trail segment is passable by users at all times. Additionally, adopters assist in fundraising efforts to support the trail system. The purpose of the AAT Program is to foster volunteerism that reduces District costs for trail maintenance while increasing positive use of trails and engaging the community. It is not intended to provide an advertising medium. Courtesy signs are intended only to recognize the contribution of the Adopter and such recognition will be strictly limited to the Adopter’s name or organization. Learn more at Adopt-A-Trail Program.



Jurupa Valley Boxing Club

The award-winning Jurupa Valley Boxing Club, located in Jurupa Valley, offers conditioning and training services for both male and female boxers. Members, from age 8 to adults, have access to a broad range of training equipment with experienced volunteer trainers and coaches ready to help beginning to experienced boxers improve their skills and fitness habits.

Dedicated to encouraging active lifestyles and maximum community access, JVBC offers zero to low cost membership fees for income- eligible youth made possible by a grant-funded program. Visitors are welcome to tour the Jurupa Valley Boxing Club by appointment. Learn more at 
Jurupa Valley Boxing Club .

THANK YOU to Friends of Hidden Valley Nature Center for their dedication and hard work in making this project a success. Visit their website at: http://www.friendsofhiddenvalley.org/26731.html

As the only outdoor classroom certified by Nature Explore in Riverside County, Nature's Pathway inspires creativity, encourages nature-based learning, and builds respect for the natural environment among children 4 to 11 years of age.  It features many interactive areas, including Tunes & Grooves, Riverview Art Village, Construction Zone, Climbing High, Sand Pit, Maureen's Garden, Pump Creek, and Teacher's Corner.

Certification is just the beginning for Nature’s Pathway. The District plans to expand the outdoor classroom over time, and offer educator led programming such as story time and art projects. 


RivCoParks is full of fantastic programs that provide education, recreation, and access to essential services through places, parks, and people. Below are just a few programs and services in which you can donate, volunteer, or even be a participant. Visit www.RivCoParks.org to learn more about RivCoParks!

Nature's Pathway @ Hidden Valley Nature Center